[vlc-devel] Does aribb24 support brazilian portuguese?

Eric Omine eric.omine at gmail.com
Wed Mar 11 02:53:48 CET 2015

> Brazilian standard is named ABNT NBR.
Yes, you're right, now that you mentioned, I had searched for the ABNT NBR
It says the Brazilian standard follows some of the ARIB standard rules, but
there are extra tables and some differences.
So yes, it would be more of a fork, but probably also many things in the
libaribb24 could be reused to implement Brazilian closed caption.
I'll study these things a bit more, I think I can I work with it.

Thank you for the help.

2015-03-10 21:32 GMT-03:00 Francois Cartegnie <fcvlcdev at free.fr>:

> Le 11/03/2015 00:39, Eric Omine a écrit :
> > On the other hand, I think that extending aribb24 is the easiest way to
> > have some software that can decode Brazilian closed caption, the PES
> > parsing is already there. And all other solutions I've seen are for
> > embedded systems and expensive.
> >
> > Maybe I'll try to extend it myself if I do find the appropriate
> > documentation for the ISDB-Tb standard.
> Brazilian standard is named ABNT NBR.
> Might need lots of work creating tables, and as this is another etsi
> 'fork' instead of extending it, this might lead to collisions.
> Francois
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